Evoking calm and sleep: photos of lavender fields in the South of FrancePictolic
Alhamra Samir (Samir Belhamra) — a self-taught photographer and graphic designer. Recently, he visited the commune of Valensole, located in the southern part of France. There from late June until early August blooming lavender fields that Samir wanted to take pictures. Here are the best works of the photographer and they are gorgeous.
For many nature photographers there is nothing more inspiring than a field of flowers.
And these magical fields in shades of purple, located in the beautiful Valensole, look so fabulously idyllic, though painted by an experienced artist.
Lavender blooms once a year, usually from late June to early August. The photographer admitted that, for him, lavender fields, not only some of the most beautiful places in France but throughout the world.
Samir recently bought a drone and was now off the fields above. Due to the different angles, the photos turned out amazing: it seems a little bit more and you will be able to smell purple sea lavender!
Samir is interested in photography a little over two years, but has already collaborated with many well-known brands and posted their pictures on the numerous pages of magazines.
To edit your photos Samir uses Lightroom for easy retouching and Photoshop to give the required mood to the photos.
The most common type of lavender grown worldwide is English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). It is grown to obtain high quality oil. Lavender oil is commonly used in producing cosmetics or for aromatherapy.
To create a certain culmination and showcase you and full all unreal beauty of this place, Alhamra starts to take off from ground level, gradually raising your drone higher and higher, covering more and more endless, smooth ranges of colors at different angles.